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"It’s not unusual to come into a shift these days and see that you’re down one third of your usual staffing complement...Being constantly on the defensive trying to explain what’s happening is profoundly demoralizing." Dr.@KashPrime on the ER crisis: macleans.ca/society/health…
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Some believe NFTs are the future of art, the internet, and the global economy; others believe they’re a disaster. Here's why: macleans.ca/society/techno…
Overcrowded and understaffed, there's an emergency room crisis in Canada—and a new wave of COVID-19 is making a dire situation worse. Veteran ER doctor @KashPrime shares what he's witnessed—and what's next. macleans.ca/society/health…
“If you’re building a $15-million cottage, fines like this are a line item on the budget.” There's a war being waged between neighbours on Ontario's exclusive lake Lake Joseph in this epic (and expensive) battle of NIMBYs vs. YIMBYs. macleans.ca/longforms/the-…
"Since the women were more apt to trust me, I would help children crossing over unaccompanied. They had nothing but a phone number written on their bodies and a note that said, 'Please call me when my child arrives safely.'" macleans.ca/news/world/not…
The Saker sisters' most impressive feat of all? Their restaurant, the Spaghetti Benders, reported over $400,000 in sales—in the three years after they had shut it down. macleans.ca/longforms/how-…
See inside the 37-room, 18,000-square-foot castle that sits on a 19-acre property in the affluent village of Senneville, a roughly 40-minute drive from downtown @Montreal. macleans.ca/economy/reales…
Last summer, Joe Azouri dynamited into the Canadian Shield and felled trees to make space for his luxurious cottage. The locals? They launched a petition to revoke his building permit. macleans.ca/longforms/the-…
“At a zoo, you observe animals,” says the acting director of @EspacePourLaVie , the city-owned organization that operates the Montreal Biodôme. “Here, you’re immersed in their world.” Go behind-the-scenes of the museum's recent transformation: ow.ly/8ZBg50JYcCJ
“I was told almost every female cadet experienced an incident of sexual misconduct ‘or worse,’” Louise Arbour wrote following a year-long inquiry into the Canadian Armed Forces. Arbour discusses her damning report & one of her toughest challenges yet: macleans.ca/the-interview/…
"In the chaos at the border, women crossing with their children were understandably reluctant to trust foreign soldiers to bring them to safety, or to help carry their babies. That’s where I came in." macleans.ca/news/world/not…
Imagine knowing your property could go up in flames at any moment. That's the reality in parts of B.C. during the age of relentless wildfires. @jasonmcbride68 takes the pulse of firefighters, survivors & homeowners reckoning with a scorching province. macleans.ca/longforms/burn…
It's not every day a 19th century castle hits the market. Take a look at this Island of Montreal estate built in 1899 on the shores of Lac des Deux-Montagnes and inspired by castles of the French Loire region (well, except the indoor pool) macleans.ca/economy/reales…
"In my initial consultation, the doctor I saw asked me about my income and my relationship, and wondered why I didn’t want the baby. I answered the questions, but a part of me didn’t like that I had to justify my choice." macleans.ca/society/we-nee…
Wildfires in B.C. are hotter, bigger, and deadlier than ever. Experts fear it's only getting worse. In our latest issue, hear from the firefighters, survivors and homeowners living with the constant threat of wildfires in this portrait of a province in flames. On newsstands now
In her accessible, timely podcast series, #Aborsh, host Rachel Cairns dives into her own experiences to discuss why access to abortion in Canada is a significant issue. This is her story: macleans.ca/society/we-nee…
For @macleans, I tried to understand the emerging, volatile marketplace of fine art NFTs: macleans.ca/society/techno…
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“You’re saying, ‘I love your stuff, I believe in you...I believe that maybe 10 years from now this investment will be worth double or triple.’ ” - Artist @victormosquerar on the NFT bubble and what to expect next in the fast-changing world of digital art. macleans.ca/society/techno…
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Between April '21, and March 28 '22, there were 1,642 wildfires in B.C. And experts say it's getting worse. For the Potts family—driven from their home during the worst blaze of them all last summer—the wildfires have become a reality of everyday life: macleans.ca/longforms/burn…
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On Monday NASA released the first image taken with the James Webb telescope (@NASAWebb), the world's most powerful. The stunning image shows galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 as it appeared 4.6 billion years ago—and is just the beginning of what's in store. macleans.ca/society/scienc…
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Last summer, the forests of B.C. were engulfed in flames. At some points there were as many as 80 new fires each day. Hotter, bigger, and deadlier than ever, B.C.'s wildfires are becoming a frightening fact of everyday life. Our August cover story: macleans.ca/longforms/burn…
On Monday NASA released the first image taken with the James Webb telescope (@NASAWebb), the world's most powerful. The stunning image shows galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 as it appeared 4.6 billion years ago—and is just the beginning of what's in store. macleans.ca/society/scienc…
Arif Adnan Syed turned luxury rentals into rooming houses. Catching him was simple. Evicting him was almost impossible. macleans.ca/longforms/a-ho…
More than one in ten people from the province are without a doctor. “Watching my prescription run out feels like watching a time bomb ticking down,” says Evelyn Hornbeck macleans.ca/society/health…
Surging prices, bidding wars, blind offers—the search for seasonal real estate has become a battlefield. Tales from one of Canada’s hottest vacation towns. macleans.ca/economy/reales…
In the Toronto underground, a patriotic visionary is building a model museum ten years in the making—and is just getting started macleans.ca/longforms/insi…
“It would be impossible to replicate the home today because they wouldn’t have the artisans... Even to recreate what they’ve done would cost over $100 million today." macleans.ca/economy/reales…
“My abortions were not something I spoke about with my family. They were not something I talked about with friends. I have not told my stories—until now.” macleans.ca/society/i-had-…
"Since the women were more apt to trust me, I would help children crossing over unaccompanied. They had nothing but a phone number written on their bodies and a note that said, 'Please call me when my child arrives safely.'” macleans.ca/news/world/not…
Built in 1913, this unbelievable 67-room Italian Renaissance-inspired estate located in the heart of Montreal was designed for Canadian philanthropist J.W. McConnell by mastermind architect Charles A. Platt. macleans.ca/economy/reales…
The company’s first Canadian general manager is laying the groundwork for the country to become a leader in vaccine macleans.ca/society/health…
When the square is finished in 2024, the complex will feature two towers—50 and 49 storeys, respectively—and more than three million square feet of floor space macleans.ca/economy/reales…
“I was told almost every female cadet experienced an incident of sexual misconduct ‘or worse,’” wrote Louise Arbour following a year-long inquiry into the CAF. Here's Arbour on her damning report & why she's facing one of her most difficult challenges yet: macleans.ca/the-interview/…
Arif Adnan Syed turned luxury rentals into rooming houses. Catching him was simple. Evicting him was almost impossible. macleans.ca/longforms/a-ho…
The Saker women were the model of rural ingenuity, running a successful restaurant and gourmet food businesses on Cape Breton Island. What they were mostly cooking? The books. macleans.ca/longforms/how-…
The first @Batman comic by new lead writer Chip Zdarsky is out today. Read our profile of @zdarsky here. @DCComics macleans.ca/culture/meet-t…
Ivanka Siolkowsky (@thetidymoose) flew from Canada to Ukraine after Russia invaded. From transporting babies across borders to aiding orphanages, her journey took her to 19 cites in Ukraine. She returned with nightmares. And hope. This is what she saw: macleans.ca/news/world/not…
Surging prices, bidding wars, blind offers—the search for seasonal real estate has become a battlefield. Tales from Annapolis Valley. macleans.ca/economy/reales…
The Grants considered a move to Ontario's cottage country before settling on a five-bedroom in British Columbia macleans.ca/economy/reales…
Ceilidh Michelle's abortions were not something she spoke about with her family. They were not something she talked about with friends. She has not told her stories—until now. macleans.ca/society/i-had-…
The artfully designed pair of towers will be completed in 2024. macleans.ca/economy/reales…
The Saker women were the model of rural ingenuity, running a successful restaurant and gourmet food businesses on Cape Breton Island. What they were mostly cooking? The books. macleans.ca/longforms/how-…
“My abortions were not something I spoke about with my family. They were not something I talked about with friends. I have not told my stories—until now.” macleans.ca/society/i-had-…
In the Toronto underground, a patriotic visionary is building a model museum ten years in the making—and is just getting started macleans.ca/longforms/insi…
Though he's not revealed his identity, Canadian country phenom @orvillepeck has made an enormous splash. How did he do it? macleans.ca/culture/arts/t…
Arif Adnan Syed turned luxury rentals into rooming houses. Catching him was simple. Evicting him was almost impossible. macleans.ca/longforms/a-ho…
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